Newspaper Archive of
The Malakoff News
Malakoff, Texas
February 4, 1932     The Malakoff News
PAGE 4     (4 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 4, 1932

Newspaper Archive of The Malakoff News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

THE MALAKOFF NEWS Vernon Peters advisedus this week to ehange the address on l hisMalakoff News to Kerens, l Texas, he having moved with his Miss Winnie Merle Bay-]family to that city to make their carried to a Dallas home. few weeks ago with at wazahle to return[ Mrs. John Ray Guinn and home here this week, , children and Mrs. Boyd Sharp of , , - t Dallas spent the week-end with W. K. Williams'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A attended the funeral of Bartlett. Mrs. J W. Ruth here afternoon. Cartlidge is report. sick listthis week. W. E. aughters, Crawford and Miss pent the weekend with tin Dallas. Mrs, Dodge Gentry and daughter Miss Leta Beall Mrs H. L. Flagg, Jr. were visitors last Thursday. O#ing to the high winds which caused strong waves in the back- g the new highway hrough Cedar Creek bet. ay was threat. ened and it was found necessary to lay sand bags along the right of way to prevent a washout, The workwas d ne under the supervision of Bob Faulk, road 'supervisor, of Athens. to Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Route 3, on Janua. , a fine 6 pound baby boy. Both mother and baby are doing fine. The mother was formerly Miss Dollie Burns of this city, James Allen Chapman is able to be out again following an ill- ness of several days. Mrs. Cora Dulaney of Houston and Mrs. Georgia O'Nealof Okla home who were called to the bed side of their mother, Mrs. Lamb seeral weeks ago, left Friday for Oldahoma taking their moth- er with them. Gordon DuBois going with them and driving the car. Mrs Lamb has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. E L Cartlidge for ths past 28 months. Miss Leta Bell returned to her home in Tyler Sunday a f t e r spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Dodge Gentry and family, Mr and Mrs. G. C Brownlow and two sons, and Valmore Rog- ers spent several days the past week in Dallas and Ft. Worth. Misses Garner of Eustace visit- ed their sister, Mrs. Roy Ginn last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Frizzeli and son. Dean spent Sunday af- ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dean near Athens. Sorry to note Mrs. Dean has been confined to her bed for the past 2 weeks. Mrs. Zula West and two daugh- ters, Dorothy and Doris left Monday tot Palestine Mln "Margaret Jan e Vandaver , her home in Golden Sunday after having spent a week with Mrs. J. G. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kirby and son, Carney. Mrs, W. M. Ander. Russell Owens were Dal. dtors Sunday. : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stringer are rejoicing over the arrival of iirl which came to their home Is VOL. I Trinidad, Henderson County, Texas, Thursday, February 4, 1932 No. 5 / i i By R. E. BEAI LD $ nday Scllool each Sunday 9:45Holds All Day Meet Pastor M. E. Church, South The following is republished for the reason that the publish. ers of the News made some errors in copying the original, last week, and it is almost a matter of an impossibility to cor- rect these errors without re- publishing the whole article. The errors left the article without meaning, and void of importance and purpose. Mr and Mrs. Roger ttarbour were Tyler wsitors Sunday after noon. Mrs. A. J. Overton and daugh- ter of Kerens were visi{ ors in the city Saturday. J J destiny, by any Euro2ean power J. G. Fowler and wife spent in any other light than as a man. Sunday in Golden. ifestation of an unfriendly dis- Little Miss Elms Francis Rob- position toward the U nit e d States. "Also" The American erts is reported on the sick list continents shotfld no longer be this week. subjects for any new European I II I [I I --For Saturday and Monday!-- 23c II I IlL Illll I pure 22.1bs. for 2 large size bottles /I II [ I Armour's Calls Very Best None Better for ] [ I Illl I I II I III White Swan OATS, 3-its, 2.oz. 1%c I I I I J J RICE, 2-pound box 12c J I I i I IIII I I Large can 2.1bs. 25c 1.69 Seeing the necessity of pro- tecting America, both north anJ south, against interference bY Europe in the governmental and commercial affairs of any gov- ernment mf America, James Monroe, President of the United States, wrote into his annual message to congress in 1823 what came to be known as the "Monroe Doctrine", which has been maintained and adhered to for more than a hundred years "We owe it to candor and to the amicable relations existing between the United States and the allied powers, to declare that we should consider any attempt their on part to extend their system to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety. With the ex- isting colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered, and shall not in- terfere; but with the govern- ments which have declared their independence and maintained it and whose indepenaence we have, on great consideration and just principles, acknowledged, we could not view an interposition for oppressing them, or control}, ing in any other manner their colonial settlements." These expressions embody what is known as the Monroe Doctrine. President Monroe's mention of these subjecm was occasioned by the formation in Europe, a few years previously, of what was called the "holy al- liance' '--an alliance between Russia, France, Austria and Prussia to maintain the monarch ical system of government in Europe. It was supposed that they d sired to extend their op- erations to the New World also, especially with the reference to the colonies of Spain, some of which had asserted, and obtain- ed from the United States the recognition ot their independ. ence. England sided with the United States on this quesj~ion and the result was that the allies did not carry out their project. As popularly understood, the Monroe Doctrine me ant a politi. cal protection and a guaranty of freedom from Europea interfer ence to all states of north and south America. The government of the United I States, or at least President Monroe, was wiser than the lead- ers of the church in this newly f und country, The government t rew out an arm of, supposed, protection to our neighbors of central and south America. Had the Protestant Christian Church es, in that early day, thrown around our neighbors of the south, the same religious pro- tection as did President Monroe seek to give them politically, then would, President Monroe's political and governmental pro- tection been a complete success. The church's failure left open a chnanel through which Eu ropoan influences have come, to all the I I WOLF BRAND Ul I I I I ] [ California FIG BA R S II I Dairy Feed 24f Protein I I I Purina Hog Chow III I I I I I 1.69 Lay Chow II republics ,of the south, whichl have, so far as the effects of the I I IIIll I [ I Preachin Service each Sunday 10:45 and 7:15 Prayer Service, Bible Study and a special illustrated lecture on the construction of the Bible each Wednesday evening at 7:15 Woman's Missionary Society each Monday 2:30 Epworth League each Sunday evening 6:15 ~- . Monroe Doctrine, in the individ ual life is concerned, been to the undoing or thwarting of the real purpose of the Monroe Doctrine that is, Freedom, liberty in the persuitof the elements of life that pertain to the highest and most noble ideals possible to be obtained. With all the protection the Monroe Doctrine has thrown about them, they are more than a century behind, so far as de- velopement, progress, and a knowledge of their possibilities are concerned. The Monroe Dcctric, e should have been sup- plemented, or backed up by the protestant churches, carrying to these people the saving or re- deeming grace of God through our Lord and Savior J e s u s' Christ. The Methodist cl~urch, along with other protestan~ churches is now trying to correct it's errors of the early days, b)' sending to those people, men and women, called of God. filled with His Spirit, and thoroughly trained for the task The prot- estant churches will eventually liberate oar central and south Ameri' an neigilbors. Not by might nor through fear, but by building, teaching, h e a li n g, nursing, training, showing forth love and mercy, pointing them to a better way through our Lord and Master.~':['hen it shall come to pass thatu the idea and ideals in the heart and mind of President Monroe, for those people, shall develope into a re- ality with them, and they shall be neighbors to us indeed and in truth. They will then be an as- set rather than a liability for us Think of the release, the liberty the joy, the now unknown possi. bilities, the progress, and the development. In other words, they will pass from darkness uu to light, aud a new world will open up to them. Don't you want a little part in this most commendable undertaking by your chulch. EVER hear anyone, who every time they opened their mouth, they put their foot in it? The Red Headed Step-CbJld does. Mrs. Lloyd Harris, who re- cently underwent an operation at the Dr. P. T. Kilman offices in Malakofl, is reported getting along nicely. THE PLAY Will Be Presented Friday Night, Feb. 12 in the High School Auditorium For the Benefit of the Ladies' Missionary Society --'-- L Admission 15c and 25c The Woman's Missionary So- ciety met in an all day meeting at the church with 20 members present. There was an execu- tive meeting at 10:30 with the President, Mrs. Gee. Uhrich presiding. There was a short business meeting of the entire society at II o'clock. Our Study Supt Mrs C. C. Hedgpeth will start the year's study course "Korea", land of the down' next Monday. At noon we bad a delicious luncheon. In the afternoon we had our program with Mrs. W. J. Stanfield as leader. Program Devotional ....... Mrs. Stanfield Prayer ..... Mrs. E. R Morrison "Jesus". ..... Mrs. C. W. Quinn Virgil Price___Mrs. Sam Brooks Courage of Jesus___Mrs. Crews Piano Selection ...... Miss Mills "'Woman's Citizenship Respon- sibility" .... Mrs. C. C Denton 'The Mexican Mother'__Mrs. C. C, Hedgpeth Reading .... Mrs. Allen Hopkins Meeting closed to meet with Mrs. F. E. Elder.--Reporter. At the Methodist Church Next Sunday Special services at the Metho- dist Church next Sunday. You are sincerely invited to attend all services of the day. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Why not make an effort and be one to make our Sunday school grow. At the beginning of the preach lug service, 10:45A. M. Prof, C. H Thurman will speak for some five minutes, subject, "'Metho. dism and Christian Education". At that hour I shall bring a spec- ial message for the young peo- ple. Text, Rev. 5:1, ' And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throwr, a book written within and on the back side, sealed with seven seals". A1 this service the young people will have charge of the song ser- vice. The evening service 7:15. Mr. J. G, Uhrich will speak to us, for five minutes, subject, 'Meth- odism and Church Extension'. My subject for that hour will be "God's Extremity Man's oppor- tunity, Man's Extremity God's Opportunity." Why not attend these services? You can help your church to help you to help our entire community to a better life. Paul Laurence Dunbar's poem may describe your awful plight somewhere down life's pathway if you, while in health and can, do not take anvantage of God's plan and wag. Therefore, shake off your old habit of staying away from God's services and come aloug with us, "The Lord had a job for me; but I had so much to do I said: "You get somebody else, or wait till [ get through.' [ don't know how the Lord came out; no doubt he got along; But I felt kind o' sneaking' like; I knew I d done God wrong. One day I needed the Lord-- needed Him right away2, But He never answered me at all and I could hear Him say Down in my accusing' heart: Child, I've got too much to do; You get somebody else, or wait till I get through." ---Dunbar-- Miss Day of Kerens and Miss Bertha Phillips were week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mcglwalne. "The Red Headed Step-Child" More fan than you ever heard of Sour Pickles, quart jar Washing Powder, -8 boxes No. 1 Chili Large Bottle 3 cans As good as money will buy. Per gal. P-Nut Butter, quart 2 No. 2 Corn, 3 cans MALAKOFF, (Where Malakoff Trades) FOR THE ORDERS NEED IN YOU We Specialize in Service and Quality and a price that you will be willing to pay. TELEPHONE NO. 32 Malakoff, Texas We Have Some Special Radio BargAins For Quick Close.Outl CROSELY TABLE MODEL One Crosely, screen.grid, table model. New Original $59.50 Close out price .............. TABLE MODEL CROSLEY New table model Crosley, pentode tube, mul- ti-mu set. Newest style and only ............ TABLF. MODEL CLARION One new table model Clarion. A multi-mu, super-hetr(dyne set. A real radio ........... RE-CONDITIONED A re-conditioned screen grid Radio. Original- ly $105. Equipped with new tubes. Complete. Come in and let us show you these bargains. Tubes Tested Free! "A Pleasure to Please"